I read this article this morning in FastCompany.com...
Bosses from Hell
A rogue's gallery of the manipulative, abusive, grandiose -- and downright crooked -- executives who have strutted their way across the stage of American business.
The man behind the Mouse was a suspicious control freak -- a dictatorial boss who underpaid his workers, clashed with labor organizing efforts, made anti-Semitic smears about the other Hollywood studio heads, and wouldn't give due recognition to Mickey's real creator, animator Ub Iwerks, who was supposedly his oldest friend. He also spied prodigiously for J. Edgar Hoover and cooperated with Senator Joseph McCarthy in the 1960s.
Certainly not the polished image presented to us by corporate Disney today. I wonder if Eisner ever spied for the FBI?
You can read the entire article here...http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/...s-gallery.html